Saturday, January 12, 2013

Dragon on Cheats

Using Dragon out of the box and not checking anything

Res Ipsa Loquitor
Like millions of cops and other government workers around the world, I guess, I am a hearts officiadano.  Microsoft arts,  and I been playing it for 15 years and what I discovered over that time is that while initially it was quite easy to beat hearts -- I once actually counted 30 straight wins one night before quitting having-- that's how easy it was. Am glad that admittedly was a little bit too easy sell with each update of Windows and seem to get a little harder in the in the way they managed to make it harder was to add cheating and now with Windows 7 tweak it really over the top three to

what Microsoft have done is to under the ruse of saying okay, will allow you to keep track of your cumulative scores a to do had of course Microsoft has to keep a database of your games and how many you want to do interviews as however is to set plateaus are rather limit the number of wins anyone gamers allow that now this may different from person to person I don't know but for me it seems to be around 53% of the time came after hundreds now let's say thousands of new games using Microsoft seven I have been at 50% in the 52% wins for agents and you cannot go over that -- you can go under quite easily but you cannot go over the and the way they do it is to simply cheat and its and it's maddening 

(for instance there seems to be various levels level I is "okay we will will play evenhanded" and  if you are on the ball you'll probably win until it suddenly starts to become a threat at that point now off the cheating a bit there was a cheat is they distribute the cards so that each of your three opponents have all his suit on me -- let's say you are playing spades, well after four times of leading spades they they would all be gone but oh no not now because only one person has the remaining spades so you might have six hearts but the diagonal left has seven& that's that's hard to beat if you do manage to beat that however is what they do is say were going to win and they do they don't follow suit they keep track of who's about to go out if you're about to win the game for it since that person will say somebody the area right as 98 point used to from going out right and say you only have 30 it doesn't matter the guy you write will not take any additional points that the card she needs will just be there in other words the cheek to cheek like hell now…
this is increasingly like dealing with our government.  Microsoft for whatever reason is just decided the heck with those rules and that's how our government is. And Congress Center presidency and our governors asked the how this goes right down the line he no doubt even local government they decided they know what they want and they're going to get it doesn't matter what the rules are and if they can change the rules ad hoc they doing this is made very easy with the introduction of regulatory commissions and almost not everything in a regulatory agencies get to make up the rules as they go along there is no single law that list what you can do and can't do it's it's up to some GS four clerk for instance you can make a decision that impacts on millions and millions of Americans in tough luck if you want to complain.

Look at Obama about two years into his presidency I'm thinking he cited and this is really hard get get in this Republican house to pass the legislation I want. And he really wanted it so the way to do it was to use the Executive Order. The Executive Order if you if you go look into its history is one of the one of the damnedest things that find its way into our way of governing that I've ever seen many was initially implemented for president in times of war to make quick decisions to do the required congressional approval that protected the nation and now it's it's degenerated into inbox in Obama's administration bypassing Congress entirely and just as Stephanopoulos when said stroke of the patent law of the land. Think about that. Obama using the Executive Order has the power to become a tyrannical ruler and worse than having the power he also has a disposition so where flocked and I dictated all this and my family, Dragon.

I have even spellcheck the same looked at it I just rambled on and so what you have here is how I think muddled up and with hers and eyes and but you I think can see what I'm talking about one final thing damn you Seattle Seahawks.

Okay - I need to practice

Hatch on Guns

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"To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms, and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them." (Richard Henry Lee, Virginia delegate to the Continental Congress, initiator of the Declaration of Independence, and member of the first Senate, which passed the Bill
of Rights.)

Samuel Adams, a handgun owner who pressed for an amendment stating that the "Constitution shall never be construed . . . to prevent the people of the United States who are peaceable citizens from keeping their own arms," would be shocked to hear that his native state today imposes a year's sentence, without probation or parole, for carrying a firearm without a police permit..
"The great object is that every man be armed . . . Everyone who is able may have a gun."(Patrick Henry, in the Virginia Convention on the ratification of the Constitution.)

"The advantage of being armed . . . the Americans possess over the people of all other nations . . . Notwithstanding the military establishments in the several Kingdoms of Europe, which are carried as far as the public resources will bear, the governments are afraid to trust the people with arms."
(James Madison, author of the Bill of Rights, in his Federalist Paper No. 26.)

The proposal finally passed the House in its present form: "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms, shall not be infringed.:" In this form it was submitted into the Senate, which passed it the following day. The Senate in the process indicated its intent that the right be an individual one, for private purposes, by rejecting an amendment which would have limited the keeping and bearing of arms to bearing "For the common defense".
"There can be little doubt from this that when the Congress and the people spoke of a "militia", they
had reference to the traditional concept of the entire populace capable of bearing arms, and not to
any formal group such as what is today called the National Guard. The purpose was to create an
armed citizenry...  considered essential to ward off tyranny.

This content from Orrin Hatch's preface to a 1982 Senate Judiciary report on the THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS.  I think this a fine stand alone source document for anyone (pro or con) thinking about whys and wherefores of the Second Amendment.  Sadly, and I do mean sadly, we have entered an era where government leaders, including the Judiciary, simply do not care what the Superstition's and Bill of Rights demand of them.  Screw them; the founding documents are still the bible of the free people we are, barely still. Which is what the Second Amendment exists.
.                                                                A timely reminder from R.W. Forsythe